Monthly Archives: July 2020

The constitutional implications of COVID-19

The Constitution Committee of the House of Lords is presently undertaking two inquiries.  One, which started last year, is examining the Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011.  Regular readers will be aware that I have variously written on the implications of the … Continue reading

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Chairing the History of Parliament Trust

I am honoured to report that earlier today I was elected as Chair of The History of Parliament Trust.  I have been a Trustee for more than twenty years and am a longstanding member of the Trust’s executive committee.  The … Continue reading

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